No matter whether your organisation is a nonprofit or not, everyone needs to beware the narcissist in the workplace. Here Petris Lapis outlines what to watch out for when employing or working with these charismatic people. Read more
A trained bee keeper who loves motivational segmentation and is passionate about fundraising? Meet Kerry Nairn, who is Individual Giving Manager at Australian Red Cross, and who is speaking at our upcoming Fundraising Forum in early September. F&P Editor Lise Taylor reports. Read more
An unlikely partnership aims to create 100 million Meals to help eliminate the poverty cycle and end world hunger.
Did you know that 161 animal species are currently classified as endangered? Landcare Australia is helping to ensure iconic Australian animals don’t become extinct. Read more
Scenic World has committed itself to help preserve the local environment and community with a new philanthropic program. Read more
Selecting the most outstanding fundraisers of 2017 has been no easy task, especially with so many nominations. Here, however, after much consideration, is our pick of the most innovative and inspiring. F&P Editor Lise Taylor reports. Read more
In part four of our series, the good news for nonprofits, say Associate Professor Wendy Scaife, Wayne Burns and Marie Crittall, is that business giving is vibrant and corporate partnerships are on the up. Read more
Alisa O’Malley explains how Australia for UNHCR achieved the best retention rate for face-to-face in the most recent donorCentrics benchmarking review. Read more
Nicola Norris says overcoming the challenge of declining donor acquisition and retention is not only possible but achievable. Read more
Being able to retain staff is a big issue within the fundraising sector. What should be done to hold onto the good people you have? Anthea Iva, The Director of Redstone Marketing, asks three fundraisers for their perspectives. Read more
According to Norwegian digitial fundraising strategist Beate Sørum, it makes no sense not to invest in digital infrastructure – even in hard times. Read more
The most successful direct mail appeal in Peter Mac’s history also kept faith with fundamental fundraising principles, says Carl Young. Read more
Usha Menon, a nonprofit management consultant, explores the emerging philanthropy and civic engagment sectors within China. Find her observations from Asia here!
Dan Geaves, who will be speaking at the upcoming F&P Fundraising Forum, shares four key characteristics that contribute to creating innovative fundraising ideas. Read more
With social and environmental situations worsening, Clive Pedley suggests it is time to do investment differently for much greater impact. Read more
If you would like to up the ante on your school or university fundraising, delve into these 11 top tips from US annual giving consultant Bob Burdenski. Read more
According to UK fundraising expert Adrian Sargeant, the staff in the communications departments at many nonprofits may have ‘lost the plot’ over what they are there to do. Read more
Equity Trustees’ Managing Director, Mick O’Brien, talks about collaboration, opportunities and challenges, and what philanthropy means to him personally. Nicole Richards reports. Read more
Bertie Bosrédon, who is presenting at F&P’s upcoming Digi.Raise conference, says it’s important to step back and take a more strategic approach to your social media tracking.
All face-to-face charities and agencies in New Zealand are members of the PFRA. Here Karen Ward tells us what’s working and where the pressures are. Read more